Careers, Life, and Yale



Upcoming Event: Skills for Changemakers!

When: November 2nd and 3rd


Want to talk with Yale alums whose careers are changing the world – for the greater good? Want their career advice and wisdom? In fields spanning community activism, government, education, finance, food, health, immigration, journalism/media, philanthropy, sustainability – and many more? From careers in places such as including: New Haven government, Collab, CommonGround, CT Green Building Council, Demos, Development4Good, Endeavor Mexico, FaithActs for Education, Girl Scouts, Havenly Treats, IRIS, Judson Memorial Church, LEAP, the Met Society, the Muse, New Haven Promise, NewsGuard, the State of NY, The NY Times, Ox Verte, The Port Authority of NY/NJ, SeeClickFix, Sempra Energy, Teach for America, Urban Policy Strategies, YearUp, and beyond.  Keynoted by University Secretary Kim Goff-Crews? With free food in a great campus setting? Space is limited: Reserve your spot by clicking here!


Careers, Life, and Yale connects Yale students and Yale alumni. By sharing career and life experiences through our program, alums help students develop career plans and life skills. Careers, Life, and Yale events offer insight on both unusual and established career paths, along with networking and mentoring opportunities as well as interviewing and job-search skills.


Careers, Life, and Yale events go deeper than career wisdom: alumni also share insights about leadership, teamwork, financial literacy and greater self-awareness (e.g., strengths, passions, work/life balance).


Careers, Life, and Yale is led by alumni, the Yale Alumni Association (, by Students and Alumni of Yale (STAY:, Yale’s Office of Career Strategy (, and with guidance from Yale’s campus leaders.


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